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IBL Light Probes for Bryce 6 – Set 4

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009 Posted in Bryce-related, HDRI & IBL | No Comments »

Here is the 4th set of IBL Probes. A large collection of "skies" with various sun and cloud settings. Sky Collection Set 1 (22.57Mb) Sky Collection Set 2 (22.57Mb) Sky Collection Set 3 (16.59Mb)

IBL Light Probes for Bryce 6 – Set 3

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009 Posted in Bryce-related, HDRI & IBL | No Comments »

Here is the 3rd set of IBL Probes. This time not taken from photographs but generated with either Bryce or Terragen. HDRI-TDBK Probe Set (7.33Mb)

IBL Light Probes for Bryce 6 – Set 2

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009 Posted in Bryce-related, HDRI & IBL | 3 Comments »

Here is the 2nd set of IBL Probes. The first one was created from a set of images I obtained from the Internet and converted myself. This 2nd set is a collection of HDRI images that I have collected and ...

IBL Light Probes for Bryce 6 – Set 1

Monday, March 23rd, 2009 Posted in Bryce-related, HDRI & IBL | 2 Comments »

Although Bryce 6 has the ability to use HDR Probe files for IBL (Image-Based Lighting), there is a general scarcity of content from DAZ3D and its merchants of IBL Probes. So with Rosemary Regan’s help and tutorials, I have ...

The 2008 Golden Tori Awards nominations…

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008 Posted in Bryce-related | No Comments »

Once again, as for the last ten years, the Bryce users community wish to recognize the excellent artistic and technical merits of our beloved program called Bryce. We are accepting nominations in various categories. Go to the Golden Tori Award ...

Infinite Slabs – The Bryce-killers

Monday, July 21st, 2008 Posted in Bryce-related | 3 Comments »

You have a fairly decent computer, with a 3GHz CPU and you have plenty of RAM - 2Gb, and you would like a plane of fluffy looking clouds in a Bryce scene, but you don’t want the two dimensional stuff ...

Bryce Optics can be your friend – mini-tutorial

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 Posted in Bryce-related, Sources of Inspiration | 13 Comments »

  A scripture in the Bible quotes an well-known saying "One sows and another reaps". This mini-tutorial is the result of someone else sowing and me reaping the benefit. If it wasn’t for a question posed by "Ludwigs" in the ...

“Zero” Files

Monday, May 12th, 2008 Posted in Bryce-related | No Comments »

Why have a single Default file when you can have as many as you like? As you just learned from the "D’ fault with the default!" post you can save a new default file by overwriting the standard Bryce default ...

D’ fault with the default!

Friday, May 9th, 2008 Posted in Bryce-related | 1 Comment »

I always liked the default scene that Bryce 4 and Bryce 5 loaded when you started the program. It got you into the scene and allowed your to start creating immediately. Then some programmer at DAZ (or perhaps it was ...

Getting to grips with the nano-preview

Friday, April 25th, 2008 Posted in Bryce-related | No Comments »

The Nano Preview is perhaps one of the most frustrating features (or bugs) in Bryce ever since Bryce 2.0 - and it hasn't changed much since then! It can’t be resized or moved and the detail it displays is pathetic, ...